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February 17, 2014
Quotes & Notes: Best of the Midwest
Monday in Indianapolis (IN.) prospects from the Bluegrass state, including 2015 five-star running back Damien Harris, competed in the Best of the Midwest Combine.
While Harris did an on-camera interview today Kentuckypreps.com caught up with some of the other prospects afterwards.
2016 Versailles (Ky.) offensive lineman Drake Jackson:
"I went to it last year and had more fun this year because I was more in-tune with everything. I wasn't a rookie so it went smoother. The 1-on-1's were plenty of fun too. It was nice being recognized as MVP, as there was plenty of other Division-I talent and being in the 2016 class made it even more of a compliment. The coach also said he thought I was the most underrated lineman in the country which was huge coming from him."
2016 Lexington (Ky.) quarterback Clay Bolin:
"Great, didn't throw one incompletion. Don't think I could've thrown the ball any better. I was on."
2015 Bowling Green (Ky.) defensive tackle Darrian Scott:
"I did good! I ran a 4.97 in my forty and my position coaches liked my work ethic."
2015 Berea (Ky.) linebacker Aaron Sipple:
"Very good, still battling [with] my meniscus but I ran 4.70 so I'll be a 4.6 by end of spring and I ran a 4.2 pro shuttle."
2016 Berea (Ky.) quarterback Aaron Slone:
"[It was] crowded. I got a lot of reps though. Didn't get MVP but they said that the position standings will come out Friday."
- Harris was clocked running a 4.3 forty-yard dash and was named the running back MVP of the event.
- Jackson was named the OL MVP at the combine.
- Bolin was invited to an Elite 11 qualifier after a good showing in the at the combine Monday.